One of my favorite events each year is the TAG Fall Cave-In held each October. It’s a unique (not used lightly) event and therefore requires a few signs that would seem out of place anywhere else. To view a full set of photos from the event visit my Flickr album.
People ask what I enjoy about crawling around in dark, sometimes muddy, caves. Perhaps a picture is worth a thousand words, so here is my answer.
A guest post by Amy Heritage – Thanks Amy! The next time a guide book mentions a ‘one hour walk’ for people with a ‘moderate level of fitness’ I’m going to regard it with caution. This is how the trek to Rawhiti Cave is described to tourists by the New Zealand Tourist Board. Truthfully, […]
Do you have a girlfriend, sister, mother or grandmother who is more adventurous than traditional? If so, you may have already stumbled a few times choosing a gift. If she prefers backpacks to Coach bags, or wet suits to evening gowns, this article will help you get started on your shopping list.
Enjoy this post on my favorite adventure sport, caving…. Flat on my belly, I was laying in an underground puddle trying to push myself under a collection of stalactites without causing damage. The icy water soaked my coveralls and made the going easier. I think the saying is, “slippery when wet.” Using my toes […]